Attempting to back up Pirates of the caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and I am using the most current versions of AnyDVD and CloneDVD2 from Slysoft. I get this information from AnyDVD: Summary for drive E: (AnyDVD 126.96.36.199) TSSTCORP DVD-ROM TS-H352C DE02 Drive (Hardware) Region: 1 Media is a Data DVD. Booktype: dvd-rom (version 1), Layers: 2 (opposite) Size of first Layer: 2054576 sectors (4012 MBytes) Total size: 4096043 sectors (8000 MBytes) Video DVD (or CD) label: PIRATES_OF_THE_ Media is CSS protected! Video Standard: NTSC Media is locked to region(s): 1! RCE protection not found. Found & removed wrong DVD structure! Found & removed Macrovision RipGuard protection! Found & removed error zones between files! Found & removed invalid program from program chain! Autorun not found on Video DVD. Found & removed 2 bad sector protections! Emulating RPC-2 drive with region 1! And this informatin from CloneDVD2 18:19:48 Processing Started 18:19:48 found and corrected IFO format errors: 18:19:48 Truncated invalid Title Unit Entries 18:19:48 Successfully removed layer break 18:19:48 Target Size sufficient, transcoder disabled When CloneDVD2 starts writing to disk, I get the following error message: Writing to Video Media was not successful: source data too large This writer is not capable of writing the source data as requested To write these DVD files, please use the "copy DVD titles" or "Clone DVD Option from the start screen Please note, I Always use the clone DVD option and backup the entire disk. Perhaps this is a copy protection Clone and AnyDVD can not circumvent. Notice the "target size sufficient, transcoder disabled message?" CloneDVD is being fooled into thinking the size is one thing when it is another.